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Ireland could have been a world war battlefield

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In the early hours of Friday April 21 1916, two days before the Easter Rising was scheduled to begin, a German submarine surfaced off the Kerry coast, and three men set out for the shore in a small dinghy. On board were Sir Roger Casement, and two other men Robert Monteith and Daniel Bailey. As they neared the shore the dinghy capsized, and the men arrived on Banna Strand in Tralee Bay, drenched and exhausted.

Get growing with Mayo County Library

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How would you like to grow your own food and share the experience with others in your family or with your friends? Well now you can, courtesy of your local library, and a new Grow it Forward programme.

Roscommon Instagram lifestyle blogger Geraldine Grealy brings a stylish distraction to lockdown with Geri’s Closet

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Lifestyle blogger Geraldine Grealy from Roscommon has used lockdown to focus on growing an Instagram lifestyle blog. ‘Geri’s Closet’ is an affectionate nod to her lifelong passion for fashion, beauty and skincare topics. Lockdown has paused her day job as marketing and public relations manager at the Abbey Hotel Roscommon, so Geraldine decided to use this time to focus on growing her blog.

Russia is willing to supply Ireland with the Sputnik V Covid-19 vaccine, says Charity

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Russia is willing to supply Ireland with the Sputnik V Covid-19 vaccine, all that is needed to start the process is an expression of interest from the Irish Government.

A virtual musical trip to Estonia

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ESTONIA WILL be the next stop on the ConTempo Quartet’s journey through the classical music of the 27 EU member states, as part of its From Europe with Love concert series.

NUI Galway Mincéirs Whiden Society honours founding member

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The Mincéirs Whiden Society at NUI Galway has made its founding member Owen Patrick Ward an honorary life member.

Retired GMIT lecturer Anne Brindley awarded prestigious Napoléonic honour

Anne Brindley, a retired French lecturer from Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT), has been awarded the prestigious title of Chevalier de l’Ordre des Palmes académiquesby the French government in recognition of her innovative approach to the teaching and learning of French throughout her career.

NUI Galway PhD student selected for Antarctic expedition

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NUI Galway student Sukanya Saikia has been selected as a Climate Force Ambassador for the upcoming International Antarctic Expedition in November 2021.

Galway's Michael Mongan honoured for dedication to promoting community sport

Michael Mongan was among the winners at this year's national sport volunteer awards for his dedicated work with Galway' Olympic Boxing Club.

A time for our collective hibernation

It has been another hard week, it is fair to say. There are none who are immune from the worry of this pandemic and its consequences. There are probably none who fully understand the changing rules and regulations with their ever changing status.


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